So when I am allowed to resume sexual intercourse, do I still need to not have much pressure on my stomach. It's still tender (about two weeks out here) so I know that I have to wait a week or two more, but what did others do and did you have tender bellies still. Dr. said the insioin is healing well, but I am still bleeding. I know it's a touch and go situation, but just wanting some advice.
they say to wait about six weeks...after my c-section i only waited four...i felt fine & im pretty sure i had stopped bleeding by then...i dont remember if my belly was still sore...there was a little pain at first but then it went away
At least 6 weeks and dont put any pressure on your tummy im still slightly tender 5 months after but its my 2nd c section im healed on outside but still tender on inside I still dont put alot of pressure on tummy it can take months to heal on the inside.
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